Thursday, July 20, 2006

Andrew Sullivan Supports Bush's Veto of Stem Cell Research

The ever-complex Andrew Sullivan finds common ground with the President, on moral grounds.

This isn't a ban on such research; it's a decision not to throw the weight of federal financing behind it. I respect the case of those who favor it; but, when push comes to shove, I'm with Bush on this. It took political courage to take this stand. And the morality it reflects - a refusal to treat human life as a means rather than as an end - deserves respect even from its opponents.

Now, if he'd just stay on board with the War On Terror...

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